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“Many people know that the river’s name is the Eel River right now, but the original name is Wiyot, that’s what we originated our name from and that is our ancestral river.” Ted Hernandez, Tribal Chair and Cultural Director for the  Wiyot Tribe . Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen hosts a discussion about the cultural significance of the river and future of the Eel River Dams with guests from the Wiyot Tribe and CalTrout. Joining him are Ted Hernandez,...
Topics: Eel River, Dam Removal, Friends of the Eel River, California Trout, Wiyot Tribe, Russian River,...
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Are prohibitionary cities and counties unintentionally sanctioning the illegal cannabis market? Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen discusses this question with  HDL 's Cannabis Policy Advisor Mark Lovelace.  Legislation legalizing recreational cannabis in California provided robust local control by allowing cities and counties to chose their level of involvement with the new law. Given three options - to adpot the system as it, to modify as they see fit, or to opt...
Topics: FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, KHSU, CANNABIS, CANNABIS REGULATIONS, CALIFORNIA
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Dec 10, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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What is the WIIN Act, and why are congressional representatives from California pushing to extend it 5 years before it expires? Friends of the Eel River’s Conservation Director Scott Greacen explores these questions and more with guests John McManus and Regina Chichizola. John is the president of the  Golden Gate Salmon Association , which represents both sport and commercial fishermen in its effort to restore salmon runs in the central valley. Regina is the salmon and water policy analyst...
Topics: FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, SAVE CALIFORNIA SALMON, GOLDEN GATE SALMON ASSOCIATION, FISH PASSAGE,...
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Nov 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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Tune in for a discussion of how federal agencies are protecting fish, or rather failing to do so. Scott Greacen, Conservation Director for  Friends of the Eel River  is joined by Chris Shutes, FERC projects director and water rights advocate for  California Sportfishing Protection Alliance  to discuss federal influence on water policy in California. Trump's  memoranda  on water policy last month is part of a pattern of bending federal agencies to have policies that are more favorable to...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION, USFWS, CALIFORNIA, WATER...
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Oct 10, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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Tune in to hear Scott Greacen, FOER's Conservation Director and Humboldt County's 3rd District Supervisor Mike Wilson discuss SB 1029. Formerly known as the Great Redwood Trail Act, SB 1029 shifts the North Coast Railroad Authority's mandate from developing rail infrastructure to developing trail from Willits north to Blue Lake and eventually preparing a shut-down plan for the agency. Read more about the bill on  Lost Coast Outpost,  and learn about FOER's vision for the Great Redwood Trail ...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, GREAT REDWOOD TRAIL ACT, CALIFORNIA, RAILS TO TRAILS
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Sep 6, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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“It feels like law has yet to absorb the lessons of science.” Friends of the Eel River’s  Conservation Director Scott Greacen is joined by Glen Spain from  Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations  for a discussion about one of the most consequential public trust decisions in California law in decades. The public trust doctrine stems from ancient roman law and states that certain resources (like air and water) are owned by the state and held in trust for the people. Tune...
Topics: Eel River, KHSU, Friends of the Eel River, Groundwater, Public Trust Doctrine, KHSU, Friends of the...
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Aug 27, 2018 Edgewise Radio
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Edgewise Radio host Alicia Littletree Bales and  Stephanie Tidwell, director of Friends of the Eel River discuss The Great Redwood Trail Act (SB 1029), legislation proposed to turn the zombie North Coast Railroad Authority into a vibrant hiking and biking trail along the Eel River corridor.
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Great Redwood Trail, North Coast Railroad Authority, Eel River
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Aug 13, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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"Many of us have been fighting for these [wilderness protections] since the whole concept of wilderness was created in the first place." Scott Greacen,  Friends of the Eel River Conservation Director discusses Congressman Huffman's recently introduced wilderness bill with Alison Sterling-Nichols and Larry Glass. Alison is an organizer and consultant with  NW California Mountains and Rivers , Larry is Executive Director of  Safe Aterntatives for our Forest Environment  and board...
Topics: KHSU, NORTHCOAST ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, EEL RIVER, WILDERNESS, CONGRESSMAN...
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Jul 20, 2018 94.1 The Lounge
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In the July episode, we took a look at environmental issues as they pertain to cannabis cultivation -- regulation, compliance, best practices. Our guests included Drew Barber of  East Mill Creek Farms , Scott Greacen, Conservation Director at  Friends Of The Eel River , Peggy Olofson and Trillian Schroeder, co-founders of  Emerald Hills Environmental  and Lauren Quackenbush, Soil Consultant & Licensed Pest Control Advisor at  Dirty Business Soil Consulting & Analysis
Topics: Humboldt Chronicles, Friends of the Eel River, Cannabis, Humboldt County, Regulation, Legalization
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Jul 20, 2018 Jefferson Public Radio
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Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen is interviewed on Jefferson Public Radio's Jefferson Exchange by Geoffrey Riley
Topics: Jefferson Public Radio, Cannabis, Humboldt County, Friends of the Eel River, Lawsuit, Land Use
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Jul 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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“When we call ourselves salmon people, that’s very literal in our purpose to take care of salmon. So that means the river and the forest, and all of these other things that create salmon habitat. So if the salmon aren’t here, I think that’s a very cosmological violence – like striping identity, striping purpose.” Scott Greacen, Conservation Director for Friends of the Eel River is joined by Kaitlin Reed, Yurok Tribal member and PhD candidate in Native American Studies at UC Davis....
Topics: Salmon, Cannabis, Ecological Colonialism, Yurok, Environmental Justice
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Jul 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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"Rivers carry more than just water – they also carry sediment which is very important to a river’s function and its ability to naturally regulate itself from diseases." Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen discusses the Yurok and Hoopa Tribes' recent US district court win with the Yurok Tribe's senior water policy analyst Mike Belchik. Upper basin irrigators asked the court to alter the injunctions it had put in place in February of 2017, which require...
Topics: EcoNews Report, Friends of the Eel River, Klamath River, Yurok Tribe, Hoopa Tribe
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Jul 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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“The key piece of this whole scheme, is that you get out from under the requirement to provide fish passage over Scott dam” Tom Wheeler, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Information Center, hosts a discussion with Friends of the Eel River Conservation Director Scott Greacen about Humboldt County’s position on the Eel River dams and concerns about transparency in local government.  Tom and Scott discuss the results of Friends of the Eel River’s recent  Public Records...
Topics: EcoNews Report, Friends of the Eel River, Public Records Act, Humboldt County, Brown Act, Eel River
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Apr 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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Stephanie Tidwell,  Friends of the Eel River  Executive Director, and Scott Greacen, Friends of the Eel River Conservation Director, discuss new and proposed state legislation and how it may effect the Eel River. California legislators passed SB 92 and  AB 1270 , both of which provide greater oversight of California dams. AB 1270 requires annual inspections of high hazard dams - those were loss of life is likely in the event of dam failure, and even makes some information from inspections...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, POTTER VALLEY PROJECT, DAM SAFETY, NCRA, GREAT REDWOOD TRAIL
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Apr 3, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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Tune in for a discussion of the fate of the Eel River dams that highlights more questions than answers. Pacific Gas and Electric made headlines last week  when they announced, during the Eel Russian River Commission (ERRC) meeting, their intention to sell or surrender the Eel River dams. The Commission then began a discussion of how to expand their charter to meet the requirements of obtaining and running the Eel River dams, without admitting any intention to actually acquire the dams. They...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, POTTER VALLEY PROJECT, EEL RIVER
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Mar 7, 2018 KMUD
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Jeff Hedin interviews County Supervisor and Eel Russian River Commissioner Estelle Fennel about the announcement from PG&E that they may sell or auction the Eel River dams project. 
Topics: KMUD, Eel River, Russian River, PG&E, Potter Valley Project
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Feb 8, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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"This is where we get to the idea of cumulative effects - how do we ensure that the watershed remains capable of supporting salmon and steelhead and other species that we need and frankly have an obligation to." Scott Greacen, Conservation Director for  Friends of the Eel River , hosts with guest Larry Glass, President of the  Northcoast Environmental Center  and  Safe Alternatives for our Forest Environment  (SAFE). They discuss SAFE's recent legal victory against California...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, CANNABIS, SAFE ALTERNATIVES FOR OUR FOREST ENVIRONMENT
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Jan 5, 2018 Friends of the Eel River
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Friends of the Eel River Executive Director Stephanie Tidwell and Conservation Director Scott Greacen discuss rising tides, climate change, and  Friends of the Eel River's on-going legal battle with the North Coast Railroad Authority . Scott and Stephanie discuss the fight between state and federal law in the Trump era and the struggle to secure environmental protections at the state and local level.
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Econews Report, KHSU, Climate Change, North Coast Railroad Authority,...
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Dec 20, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen, Conservation Director for Friends of the Eel River, hosts this episode about the abrupt abolition of the Trinity Adaptive Management Working Group (TAMWG). TAMWG was a federal advisory committee made up of local landowners, scientists, and business owners who provided oversight for the Trinity River Restoration Program. The decision to dissolve the committee appears to have come from high level Department of Interior officials. Scott is joined by Darren Mierau, North Coast...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, TRINITY RIVER, DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR
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Nov 6, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Friends of the Eel River board member Craig Tucker hosts a discussion about cannabis cultivation impacts and proposed local regulations with FOER  Conservation Director Scott Greacen. Learn more about Friends of the Eel River's views on effective cannabis regulation on their website.  Click here to read Friends of the Eel River's comments on Humboldt County's commercial cannabis EIR.
Topics: FOER, KHSU, ECONEWS REPORT, CANNABIS, ENVIRONMENT, EEL RIVER
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Oct 18, 2017 KMUD
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Friends of the Eel River's Conservation Director Scott Greacen discusses the latest developments in our case against the North Coast Railroad Authority. After losing at the California Supreme Court, the NCRA hired a DC-based law firm and requested a time extension to apply for review from the Supreme Court. Tune in to hear about how the NCRA's unwillingness to follow state law has impacted local trail building efforts, and what might happen in the unlikely event of SCOTUS review. 
Topics: KMUD, Friends of the Eel River, North Coast Railroad Authority, Eel River, CEQA, Humboldt Bay Trail
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Oct 5, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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"We have this wonderful habitat at the headwaters, which is fed most of the year by snowmelt, and the fish can't get there" Friends of the Eel River discuss the Eel River (de)licensing process which began in April and is expected to last at least 5 years. Scott Greacen hosts and is joined by Bay Area Director David Keller and our new Executive Director Stephanie Tidwell. Click here to learn more about Eel River dams ,  why they should be removed , and  what we are doing about it .
Topics: KHSU, ECONEWS REPORT, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, DAM REMOVAL
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Federal prosecutors in Nevada have again failed to secure convictions against right wing militia supporters who were facing up to 100-year prison terms for assault on federal officers, conspiracy, and other crimes related to the April 12 2014 stand-off at Bunkerville Nevada where BLM officers tried to impound Cliven Bundy’s cows over his refusal to pay federal grazing fees. Scott Greacen is joined by guests Dan Barton, wildlife professor at Humboldt State University; and Scott Bellows,...
Topics: KHSU, FRIENDS OF THE EEL RIVER, ECONEWS REPORT, MALHEUR, PUBLIC LANDS
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Hosts Cliff Berkowitz and Emily Sinkhorn discuss the recent California Supreme Court decision in Friends of the Eel River and Californians for Alternatives to Toxics versus North Coast Railroad Authority with guest Scott Greacen, Executive Director for Friends of the Eel River.
Topics: KHUM, FOER, Happy Trails, NCRA, Eel River, California Supreme Court, Environment
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Jul 20, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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"More recent research has shown that there were evolutionary events millions of years ago that caused this divergence. They were random events and they're not, as you might imagine, likely to happen again in any reasonable time scale. Once those fish are gone, their genotype is gone". Samatha Kannry talks about pre-mature migrating fish like spring chinook and summer steelhead, how their genetic variance evolved, and why they are more vulnerable to human induced changes to habitat...
Topics: KHSU, FOER, EEL RIVER, SALMON, STEELHEAD, DAM REMOVAL
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Jul 18, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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"When you impact nearly the entire span of their life history, all the different habitat needs that they have, over time it's going to take a toll, and that's where we are with coho salmon. We've gone through major epics of timber harvest...most recently its been the water withdrawals and the drought."  Scott Greacen of  Friends of the Eel River  and Darren Mierau of  California Trout  continue their conversation about salmon and steelhead decline in northwestern California. Tune...
Topics: Econews Report, KHSU, Eel River, Salmon, Steelhead, California, Friends of the Eel River, CalTrout
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Jul 18, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Learn about the key drivers of salmon and steelhead decline in the Eel River.  Scott Greacen, Executive Director for  Friends of the Eel River  and Darren Mierau, North Coast Program Director for  California Trout  discuss a new report from CalTrout and the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences -  State of Salmonids 2: Fish in Hot Water .
Topics: Econews, Friends of the Eel River, Salmon, California, Eel River, Steelhead, CalTrout
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Friends of the Eel River's Executive Director Scott Greacen and Admin Director Alicia Hamann discuss the State of Salmonids Report just published by California Trout and UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences. Salmonids in California have been struggling for decades and this study suggests 75% of California salmonids are likely to go extinct in the next century. Scott and Alicia also discuss the relicensing process for the Eel River dams and our opportunity to get the dams decommissioned and...
Topics: KHSU, Econews, NEC, Eel River, NCRA, Salmon, CalTrout, FOER
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May 15, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and Alicia Hamann of Friends of the Eel River discuss long-term threats to the Eel River. Friends of the Eel River's case challenging the North Coast Railroad Authority comes before the California Supreme Court this week – and the Eel River dams are now up for federal relicensing. Meanwhile, Scott attended a dedication ceremony last weekend for the project that will restore fish passage to Woodman Creek blocked by construction of the railroad a century ago.
Topics: California Supreme Court, NCRA, FOER, NEC, KHSU, railroad, Eel River
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May 15, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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The Humboldt County and National Marches for Science are planned for Saturday, April 22! Listen as Scott Greacen discusses the marches anti-science policies that have sparked them with guests Jessica Hobba, science educator and board member for Mad River Alliance, and fisheries biologist Ross Taylor.
Topics: March for Science, NEC, FOER, Humboldt, Community, KHSU
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May 4, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott  Greacen  and Alicia  Hamann  of Friends of the Eel River discuss long-term threats to the Eel River. Friends of the Eel River's case challenging the North Coast Railroad Authority comes before the California Supreme Court this week – and the Eel River dams are now up for federal  relicensing . Meanwhile, Scott attended a dedication ceremony last weekend for the project that will restore fish passage to Woodman Creek blocked by construction of the railroad a century ago.
Topics: Econews, NCRA, Dam Removal, Community, KHSU
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Scott Greacen, Director of Friends of the Eel River, talks with Mikal Jakubal, long-time activist and filmmaker, about recent damage at the Oroville Dam and how those events shed light on broader questions about aging dams and flood-control infrastructure.
Topics: Econews Report, KHSU, NEC, Oroville Dam, Dam Safety
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Feb 4, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Craig Tucker, Natural Resource Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe, about the Klamath Dam removal process and dam removal in the west under the incoming administration.
Topics: Klamath river, dam removal, KHSU, NEC
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Feb 4, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Darren Mireau, Regional Director for California Trout discuss  projects on the Eel River and it's incredible potential as a major salmon and steelhead fishery.  
Topics: Eel River, CalTrout, salmon, fly fishing, recovery
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Feb 3, 2017 KQED
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In November, Californians will vote on Proposition 64, which seeks to legalize marijuana use for adults age 21 and older. This could mean big changes in Humboldt County, where an estimated quarter of the county’s economy is marijuana-related. The illegal industry involves more than a fifth of county residents and funds everything from schools to fire truck. In this hour of Forum, our first in a series of shows dedicated to Prop. 64, we discuss how legalization would change Humboldt’s...
Topics: marijuana cultivation, marijuana economy, marijuana regulation, Friends of the Eel River,...
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Feb 3, 2017 KQED
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KQED show hosted by Dave Iverson with guests Anthony Silvaggio, environmental sociologist with Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research; Charley Custer, marijuana grower and co-founder of the Tea House Collective; Mike Jakubal, documentary filmmaker and environmental activist; Scott Bauer, environmental scientist for California Department of Fish and Wildlife; and Scott Greacen, executive director of Friends of the Eel River.
Topics: Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research, California Department of Fish and...
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Feb 3, 2017 Jefferson Public Radio
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Jefferson Public Radio's Geoffrey Riley of  The Jefferson Exchange  discusses pot versus fish in California waters with Friends of the Eel River Executive Director Scott Greacen.
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, marijuana cultivation impacts, salmon, Jefferson Public Radio
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Feb 3, 2017 KMUD
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Host Dennis Huber discusses water use and environmental impacts with Scott Greacen, Sara Schremmer of Salmonid Restoration Federation, and Tasha McKee of Sanctuary Forest.
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Salmonid Restoration Federation, Sanctuary Forest, marijuana cultivation...
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Feb 3, 2017 KHSU
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Scott Greacen and Brenda Starr talk about the environmental impacts of marijuana cultivation and potential solutions.
Topics: KHSU, marijuana cultivation environmental impacts
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Feb 3, 2017 Humboldt State University
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Host Paul Mann, Humboldt State University's Senior News and Information Officer discusses environmental impacts and social issues associated with the marijuana industry in Northern California. He is joined by guests Scott Greacen; Gregg Gold, Professor of Psychology at Humboldt State University and Chair of the North Group Sierra Club; and Kevin Hoover, editor of  The Arcata Eye .
Topic: marijuana cultivation environmental impacts
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Host Scott Greacen is joined by several guests, including Dana Stoltzman of  Salmonid Restoration Federation , Dan Ehresman of the  Northcoast Environmental Center , and David Keller, bay-area director for Friends of the Eel River. Dana reminds us that SRF still provides technical assistance for managing water use, tools for calculating your use, and coordination of tributary associations and bulk water tank purchases. You can reach SRF at water@calsalmon.org or 707-923-7501. Dan and Scott...
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Salmonid Restoration Federation, Northcoast Environmental Center, Outlet...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and David Keller, Executive Director and Bay Area Director for Friends of the Eel River discuss a recent proposal that could reduce flows from the Potter Valley Project into the mainstem Eel River from roughly 100cfs to as little as 9cfs. Scott and David also discuss the rudimentary and crude review process by which the Mendocino Board of Supervisors approved development of an asphalt plant in the Outlet Creek floodplain.  Friends of Outlet Creek  has filed a complaint in...
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Outlet creek, asphalt plant, air quality, marijuana cultivation...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by several guests. David Keller, Friends of the Eel River (FOER) Bay Area Director discusses  The Russian River: All Rivers, The Value of an American Watershed ,  a film he was featured in that FOER and the  Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC)  are screening on April 16.   David and Scott also discuss our lawsuit against the North Coast Railroad Authority, which will be heard by the CA Supreme Court this year. Dan Ehresman, Executive Director of the NEC joins the...
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, Russian river, NCRA, California Supreme Court, Northcoast Environmental...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen outlines the dire condition of Coho in the South Fork of the Eel River - extinction is more likely than not. He is joined by Natalynne DeLapp, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Information Center and Dan Ehresman, Executive Director of the Northcoast Environmental Center, to discuss some problems with California Cannabis Voice's draft marijuana cultivation ordinance. Two major problems are the lack of mechanisms for environmental regulation or revenue generation.
Topics: Eel river, Coho salmon, EPIC, Northcoast Environmental Center, marijuana cultivation ordinance,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts a discussion about the impacts of drought and diversions on coho salmon, as well as the importance of storing water with guests Bob Froehlich and Mikal Jakubal. Listen for Mikal's testimony as a rain-water user, and learn tips about creating water storage for your property in small steps.
Topics: drought, water storage, rainwater capture, water diversions, Coho salmon
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Host Scott Greacen is joined by Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) for a discussion of drought in California and lessons we can learn from Australia's 12-year drought. Tasha McKee of Sanctuary Forest joins the discussion and provides an update on their storage and forbearance program in the Mattole - it is going well and keeping water in the creek! Julie Weeder joins in the second half of the show to discuss NOAA Fisheries' recently released  SONCC Coho Recovery Plan .
Topics: drought, Salmonid Restoration Federation, Sanctuary Forest, NOAA, Coho Recovery Plan, Mattole...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Host Scott Greacen is join by Friends of the Eel River's Bay Area Director David Keller for a discussion about our lawsuit against the NCRA which the  California Supreme Court just accepted for review . Later Dan Ehresman, Executive Director of the Northcoast Environmental Center, and Natalynne DeLapp, Executive Director of EPIC join Scott to talk about cannabis regulation  and environmental protection.
Topics: Friends of the Eel River, California Supreme Court, NCRA, Northcoast Environmental Center, EPIC,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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In a discussion of our current drought, Scott Greacen highlights the significance of the combination of record heat and severe lack of rain and snowfall. It is this combination that makes the current situation so dire. Two resources he suggests for further research are the  Palmer Drought Severity Index , and the  California Water Blog . Scott is joined by Mike Furniss for a discussion of the conditions that lead to the 1964 flood, and events commemorating the 50th anniversary next month.
Topics: climate change, drought, 1964 flood, Eel river, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts this episode and is joined by several guests including Hezekiah Allen of the Emerald Growers Association, Cris Carrigan of the State Water Board, Matt St. John of the Regional Water Board, and Diana Henrioulee, also from the Regional Water Board. Scott and his guests outline new permitting processes from the state and regional water boards regarding water diversion and use. At the end of this month the two agencies will be in the region conducting inspections, seeking...
Topics: Emerald Growers Association, State Water Board, water diversion, compliance, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts a discussion of the recent disconnection of surface flows in the Eel River, climate change, and new groundwater legislation. He is joined by Felice Pace of Klamath Forest Alliance, who helps outline the new groundwater legislation and the significant input from the North Coast Stream Flow Coalition.
Topics: Eel river, streamflow, climate change, groundwater legislation, Klamath Forest Alliance, North...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Kelly Lincoln of KMUD and Tasha McKee of Sanctuary Forest host and are joined by Scott Greacen for a discussion of SB 861. Senate Bill 861 gives the Department of Fish and Wildlife the authority to issue civil penalties (or administrative fines) just like the regional water board, for violations of specific sections of the Fish and Wildlife Code in conjunction with cultivation of controlled substances. Those specific sections of the wildlife code include  1600 - Lake and Streambed Alteration ,...
Topics: Sanctuary Forest, SB 861, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Eel River, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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On what would have been the 40th birthday of David (Gypsy) Chain, Scott Greacen discusses Gypsy's death during 1998 logging protests in the Headwaters Forest with David's friends Farmer and Shawnee Alexandri of EPIC. Later he is joined by Hezekiah Allen for a discussion of marijuana and groundwater regulations. During the second half, Friends of the Eel River Bay Area Director David Keller calls in to discuss the  recent ruling by the state court of appeals  that state water officials do have...
Topics: Headwaters Forest, Redwood Summer, David Gypsy Chain, Friends of the Eel River, frost protection...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guests Mikal Jakubal and Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation discuss citizen photo monitoring and the new small domestic use streamlined opportunity. Listen to learn about your opportunity, which may only be available this year, to get your water diversion and storage permitted without a site inspection.  Learn more about Small Domestic Use streamlined opportunity .
Topics: water diversion, water storage, Salmonid Restoration Federation, water use, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and Bob Froehlich chat about climate change and how individuals can get involved, the new process of permitting water storage - with NO site inspection, marijuana impacts and legislative future, and in general how we can fulfill our responsibility to the landscape.
Topics: water storage, marijuana cultivation impacts, marijuana cultivation legislation, stewardship, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Bob Froehlich for a discussion of the General Plan Update, and the politics behind the the GPU and Planning Commission. Later, Jane Arnold from the Department of Fish and Wildlife joins Scott and Bob to discuss the recent changes to the Small Domestic Use Registration, simplifying the process of acquiring storage for diverted water.
Topics: Humboldt County General Plan Update, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, water rights,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews musician and activist Darryl Cherney about the anti-rodenticide campaign, including a benefit concert on February 22. Scott is joined later by David Keller, Bay Area Director for Friends of the Eel River for a discussion of the complicated relationship between the Eel and Russian Rivers.
Topics: Eel river, Russian river, anti-rodenticide, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by guests Tom Stokley, formerly a natural resources planner for Trinity County and current spokesperson for the California Water Impact Network, and Seth Zuckerman, journalist with The Nation.
Topics: California Water Impact Network, The Nation, marijuana environmental impacts, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts and is joined by Darren Mierau of CalTrout to discuss last weekend's Elk River Forum, and Dana Stoltzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation for a continuing conversation about water rights.
Topics: CalTrout, Salmonid Restoration Federation, water rights
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses  Bernie Meyer's farewell report to the NCRA  and is joined by Bob Froehlich to discuss recent developments in Humboldt County's General Plan Update. He is also joined by Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Fedeartion for an update on the Redwood Creek Streamflow Project.
Topics: NCRA, Humboldt County, Salmonid Restoration Federation, streamflow, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses the drought of 2013 and the impact on local salmon populations. He is joined by David Keller, Friends of the Eel River Bay Area Director, to discuss water politics and determining flows.
Topics: drought, Friends of the Eel River, politics, streamflow, watershed management, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen speaks with several call-in guests about local water issues. Listen to learn more about the Hoopa Valley Tribal members' protest to prevent a potential fish kill, county policy making, and bulk water deliveries.
Topics: bulk water deliveries, Hoopa Valley Tribe, fish kills, talk show, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts with guests Darren Mierau of CalTrout and Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation. They discuss CalTrout's project to remove the fish barrier on Woodman creek, the water rights forum held July 11 in Briceland, and the status of Alex Stillman's position on the North Coast Railroad Authority board of directors.
Topics: CalTrout, Salmonid Restoration Federation, fish passage, NCRA, water rights, Eel river, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses letters received by some residents of SoHum from the California State Water Resources Control Board. He is joined by representatives from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Topics: California Department of Fish and Wildlife, water conservation, water rights, California, Eel...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Michael Kauffman, author of  Conifer Country  about his new book  Conifers of the Pacific Slope . Learn more about Michael's books  here . Scott is also joined by Dana Stolzman, Executive Director of Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) to discuss the upcoming dry summer and SRF's Redwood Creek Water Conservation Project.
Topics: Conifer Country, Salmonid Restoration Federation, water conservation, Eel river, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Tony Silvaggio, faculty research member of the Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research (HIIMR) to discuss HIIMR's upcoming Earthday Symposium on Marijuana and the Environment.
Topics: Earthday, marijuana environmental impacts, Humboldt State University, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Dana Stolzman, Executive Director of Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) to recap highlights of the recent SRF conference including reports from restorationists and  a lot of important new research.
Topics: Salmonid Restoration Federation, Eel river, research
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation to discuss water storage and habitat protection, and David Keller of Friends of the Eel River to discuss Eel and Russian River issues.
Topics: Salmonid Restoration Federation, Eel river, Russian river, Friends of the Eel River, KMUD
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and David Keller, FOER's Executive Director and Bay Area Director, discuss Sonoma County Water Agency's Fish Flows Project - changing flows in the Russian River to better protect salmon & steelhead - and how flows in the Eel River could be affected.  Click here to learn more and submit comments  to Sonoma County Water Agency requesting Russian River flows be modeled without Eel River water.
Topics: Eel River, Russian River, water management, Friends of the Eel River, streamflow
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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 (PART 4) Scott Greacen hosts a discussion of the stunning verdict for seven defendants from the armed occupation of Malheur Wildlife Refuge - what happened, why, what comes next, and what this may mean for US public lands & the people who manage and enjoy them. Joining the conversation are Dan Barton, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology at Humboldt State University; and Scott Bellows, Portland-based writer, mediator, and former trial lawyer & prosecutor.
Topics: Malheur Wildlife Refuge, public lands, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River and Northcoast Environmental Center
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Scott Greacen is joined Larry Glass, Executive Director of the  Northcoast Environmental Center  and  Safe Alternative for our Forest Environment , for a discussion on the politics of cannabis legalization and regulation, particularly as they pertain to watershed and wildlife impacts.
Topics: Northcoast Environmental Center, marijuana cultivation regulation, marijuana cultivation impacts,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Konrad Fisher of  Klamath Riverkeeper  about efforts to protect and restore Klamath River flows and water quality, to protect salmonid fisheries, progress toward dam removal, and enforcement efforts.
Topics: Klamath river, Klamath Riverkeeper, streamflow, water quality, wildlife protection, dam removal,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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(PART 3)   Scott Greacen and Dan Barton, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology at Humboldt State University, continue their discussion of the armed occupation of Malheur Wildlife Refuge in early 2016 with an update on some of the principal players involved. Dan is the author of a series of three essays about Malheur and the occupation -  What Harney County and the Malheur Occupation Means (to Me) ,  What Harney County and the Malheur Occupation Means (to Us) ,  What Harney County and the...
Topics: Malheur Wildlife Refuge, public lands, KHSU
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Scott Greacen talks with Erik Loomis, author and Professor of history at University of Rhode Island, about his new book  Empire of Timber: Labor Unions and Pacific Northwest Forests .  Learn more about  Empire of Timber  here .
Topics: Pacific Northwest Forests, timber, labor unions, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director at the Center for Biological Diversity, about a proposal to reintroduce Grizzly Bears to California. Some resources mentioned in this interview include  BringBacktheBears.org ; this multimedia article by Craig Miller,  Move to Return Grizzly Bears to California Will be an Uphill Push ; and this opinion piece by Jason Mark,  It's Time to Bring the Grizzly Bear Back to California .
Topics: Center for Biological Diversity, endangered species, Grizzly Bears, California, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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(PART 2) Scott Greacen and Dan Barton continue a discussion of the armed takeover at Malheur Wildlife Refuge. Dan is the author of a series of three essays about Malheur and the occupation -  What Harney County and the Malheur Occupation Means (to Me) ,  What Harney County and the Malheur Occupation Means (to Us) ,  What Harney County and the Malheur Occupation Means (to Them) .
Topics: Malheur Wildlife Refuge, public lands, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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(PART 1)   Scott Greacen and guest Dan Barton, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology at Humboldt State University, discuss Malheur Wildlife Refuge; its significant history for first peoples, its importance as a bird sanctuary and the largest freshwater marsh in the continental US, and the armed occupation through most of January and February. They further discuss the ideologies and prior threats and acts of violence leading up to the armed occupation, as well as a history of wildlife...
Topics: Malheur Wildlife Refuge, Humboldt State University, wildlife conservation, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses the demise of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement with guest Craig Tucker, Natural Resource Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe. On January 25 and 26 the State Water Board is holding  Public scoping meetings  to receive written and oral comments on the EIR for PacifiCorp's water quality permit application, necessary for a license renewal from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. We urge members of the public to attend the meetings in Arcata, Orleans, or Yreka....
Topics: Klamath river, Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, FERC, California, dam removal, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Eli Asarian, principal hydrologist with Riverbend Sciences to discuss his latest report Long-Term Streamflow and Precipitation Trends in the Eel River Basin . Listen to learn why our watersheds appear to have been losing water over the past century and what low streamflow means for imperiled salmonids in the time of climate change. 
Topics: Climate change, Eel River, streamflow, Riverbend Sciences, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Steven Evans, Wild & Scenic Rivers Program Consultant for  Friends of the River , for a discussion of water use legislation and associated habitat impacts. Tune in to learn about central valley land subsidence and why unregulated groundwater is a problem, why it is important to pay attention to the disappearance of the Delta Smelt, and details of problematic legislation  HR 2898 , which promises to take authority for natural resource management away from...
Topics: Friends of the River, HR 2898, delta smelt, water use legislation, California, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Matt St. John, Executive Director of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCWQCB) and Cris Carrigan, Director of the State Water Board Office of Enforcement, for a discussion of marijuana impacts and the draft permit program proposed by the NCWQCB currently receiving public comment. The  draft for public review is available here . The deadline to receive comments is June 8.
Topics: Water quality, State Water Board, California, marijuana cultivation impacts, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Tom Stokely, water policy analyst for  California Water Impact Network (CWIN)  about Governor Brown's Delta Twin Tunnels project and how it poses a threat to the delta ecosystem and north coast water sources.
Topics: California Water Impact Network, Delta twin tunnels, California, water management, water...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Dan Ehresman, executive director of the  Northcoast Environmental Center , discuss the marijuana ordinance proposed by California Cannabis Voice Humboldt (CCVH). CCVH recently made a presentation to the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors of their proposed ordinance. We are left wondering if the social and environmental issues of marijuana cultivation are actually being addressed by this ordinance, and whether it provides for the proper boost to infrastructure or...
Topics: Northcoast Environmental Center, California Cannabis Voice, marijuana cultivation regulation,...
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen hosts a discussion of water use and the status of Coho salmon with guests Dana Stolzman, Executive Director of  Salmonid Restoration Federation ; Julie Weeder, North Central California Coast Recovery Coordinator for NOAA Fisheries; and Tom Hicks, attorney and author of Water Education Foundation's  Layperson’s Guide to Water Rights Law .
Topics: Salmonid Restoration Federation, NOAA, water rights, Eel River, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Julie Weeder, Recovery Coordinator for the Northern California office of National Marine Fisheries Service, about the recently release final draft of the  Coho Recovery Plan .
Topics: National Marine Fisheries Service, Coho salmon, Eel River, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses the proposal to list the Pacific Fisher under the endangered species act with guests Mourad Gabriel of the  Integral Ecology Research Center  and Noah Greenwald of the  Center for Biological Diversity . The Pacific Fisher has been under consideration for protection since 2004, listen to learn about the lengthy process and some of the factors contributing to decline of the species. Near the end of the program, Scott is joined by Theresa May, author of  Salmon is...
Topics: Integral Ecology Research Center, Center for Biological Diversity, Eel watershed, Klamath...
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Feb 3, 2017 Northcoast Environmental Center & Friends of the Eel River
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Dan Ehresman, Executive Director of the Northcoast Environmental Center, hosts with guest Scott Greacen. Dan and Scott discuss the severely low rivers, drought in the context of climate change, and how our collective choices and efforts towards change will make the greatest differences for the future of our planet. They also discuss two major river systems, the Klamath and the Eel, and compare their needs and the routes to recovery.
Topics: Klamath River, Eel River, low flows, recovery, California, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act along with Ryan Henson, senior policy director for the  California Wilderness Coalition . Tune in to learn about what Wilderness designation means, how it came about, and who manages our public land. Did you know that 45% of the land in California is managed by federal land management agencies? Wow - that's a lot of wild land!
Topics: California Wilderness Coalition, Wilderness Act, California, public land
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Don McEnhill, Executive Director for Russian Riverkeeper, discuss how a recent ruling strengthens the public's ability to control water diversions for wildlife protection.
Topics: Eel River, Russian River, water diversion, wildlife protection, salmon, endangered species, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Monte Merrick, co-director of the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center and Bird Ally X discuss the vulnerability of baby birds in the spring time, and how to watch out for our feathered friends.
Topics: Humboldt Wildlife Care Center, Bird Ally X, spring time, Eel River, California, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by guest Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director for the Center for Biological Diversity. They discuss a new paper published in Science - The Biodiversity of Species and Their Rates of Extinction, Distribution, and Protection. Listen for insights as to what species are most vulnerable, why, and what can be done.
Topics: Endangered Species, Center for Biological Diversity, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Craig Tucker, Klamath Coordinator for the Karuk Tribe, discuss removal of four dams on the Klamath River.
Topics: Dam removal, Klamath River, California, Indigenous rights, salmon, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen and guest Mikal Jakubal discuss the new film Damnation, and Jakubal's protest actions on the Elwha River Glines Canyon dam featured in the film.
Topics: Damnation, Dam Removal, Elwha River, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Hezekiah Allen, representing  Humboldt County Conservation Action (HCCA) , for a discussion about fracking in California. Listen and learn about scientific studies that reveal potential for concern, and the statewide political landscape around fracking.
Topics: Fracking, California, Environmental Protection, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is interviewed by Jen Savage of the Northcoast Environmental Center about Friends of the Eel River's upcoming symposium on drought and resilience.
Topics: Drought resilience, California, Eel River, Northcoast Environmental Center, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Mike Furniss for a discussion of climate change, drought, and the natural forces that create those conditions. Mike is a hydrologist, now retired, with the US forest service Redwood Sciences Lab who works on climate vulnerability assessment and watershed management around the globe. Transcript available for download.
Topics: Climate Change, Hydrology, Water Rights, Watersheds, Eel River, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen interviews Doreen Hansen, watershed coordinator for the Humboldt County Resource Conservation District, about the recently completed Salt River project on the lower Eel River.
Topics: Eel River, Salt River, Estuary, Restoration, Humboldt County, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen is joined by Dr. Daniel Schindler for a discussion of the proposed pebble mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska - the world's largest salmon fishery - and the associated environmental concerns.
Topics: Bristol Bay, Mining, Salmon, Environment, Water Quality, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen discusses the challenges of coho salmon survival in the Mattole, and new restoration projects with Sungnome Madrone of the Mattole Salmon Group.
Topics: Mattole River, Eel River, Restoration, Salmon, Mattole Salmon Group, KHSU
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Feb 3, 2017 Friends of the Eel River
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Scott Greacen talks with Dana Stolzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation about water rights.
Topics: Water rights, Eel River, Salmonid Restoration Federation, KHSU